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1. Levon Helm Levon Helm Actor, Coal Miner's Daughter Levon Helm was in the right place at the right time. He saw the birth of rock and roll and, though he was too much of a gentleman to say it, his role in helping to keep that rebellious child healthy was more than just instrumental. On May 26, 1940, Mark Lavon Helm was the second of four children born to Nell and Diamond Helm in Elaine...
2. Elisabeth Sladen Elisabeth Sladen Actress, Doctor Who Elisabeth Sladen was born in Liverpool, England. She attended drama school for two years before joining the local repertory theatre in her home town of Liverpool. She met actor Brian Miller during her first production there and they were later married after meeting again in Manchester, three years later...
3. Allan Arbus Allan Arbus Actor, Damien: Omen II
4. Ronit Elkabetz Ronit Elkabetz Actress, Bikur Ha-Tizmoret Born in Beershaba in 1964, Ronit was an awkward child who felt she was different from others, but when she became an actress (more or less by chance at the age of 26) with a star role in Daniel Wachsmann's 'Hameyu'ad' ['The Appointed (1990)'], this complex became an asset. This beautiful brunette realized she could relate to the rest of the world by expressing her inner emotions...
5. George P. Cosmatos George P. Cosmatos Director, Tombstone
6. Jean-Pierre Cassel Jean-Pierre Cassel Actor, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly He made his movie debut at the invitation of Gene Kelly, who cast Cassel in the 1956 Paris-filmed seriocomedy The Happy Road. At least, that's what the press releases claimed; actually, the tall, elastic-faced Cassel had been plugging away in films on a minor basis since 1950. Shortly after, Cassel was perfectly cast in the naif title role in the 1958 film version of Voltaire's Candide...
7. Frankie Howerd Frankie Howerd Actor, The Ladykillers Francis Alick Howerd, who grew up to become popular British comedian Frankie Howerd, was born in 1917 and first set foot on stage at age 4. A Sunday school teacher as a teen, his father, who died in 1934, had been an Army man for most of his life. Not long after Frankie was invited to audition for RADA...
8. J.G. Ballard J.G. Ballard Writer, Empire of the Sun
9. Daphne Du Maurier Daphne Du Maurier Writer, The Birds Daphne Du Maurier was one of the most popular English writers of the 20th Century, when middle-brow genre fiction was accorded a higher level of respect in a more broadly literate age. For her services to literature, she was made a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 1969, the female equivalent of a knighthood...
10. Rocky Parker Rocky Parker Actress, Hung Up on Elena
11. Ruth Hussey Ruth Hussey Actress, The Philadelphia Story A graduate of the University of Michigan School of Drama, Ruth Hussey's first show-business job was as a fashion commentator on a local radio station. She journeyed to New York City, where she was signed as a model by the world-famous Powers agency. She obtained some stage roles with touring companies and was noticed by MGM...
12. Liam Sullivan Liam Sullivan Actor, General Hospital Liam Sullivan was schooled at Illinois College while having his first fling with the acting profession in regional theater. He then studied drama at Harvard, made his way to New York and first appeared on Broadway in "The Constant Nymph" in 1951. He later returned to the West Coast to perform in an LA stage production of "Mary Stuart"...
13. Mae Busch Mae Busch Actress, Sons of the Desert Mae Busch can certainly claim career versatility, having successfully played Erich von Stroheim's mistress, Lon Chaney's girlfriend, Charley Chase's sister, James Finlayson's ex-wife and Oliver Hardy's wife! She was born in Melbourne, Australia, in 1891; her parents were in the theater and when she was six years old the family moved to the US...
14. Tony Beckley Tony Beckley Actor, The Italian Job A graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, Beckley appeared in BBC-TV's "Romeo and Juliet" and later in "War and Peace" and "Julius Caesar." Prior to his death, he had appeared on stage with Maggie Smith in "Snap" and Elaine Strich in Tennesse Williams' "Small Craft Warnings." Veteran actor of over 1000 stage productions and television shows in England...
15. Reginald Rose Reginald Rose Writer, 12 Angry Men
16. Alvin Childress Alvin Childress Actor, The Amos 'n Andy Show
17. Philip Locke Philip Locke Actor, Thunderball
18. Charles Seel Charles Seel Actor, Duel Balding, narrow-eyed American character player, a former vaudevillian and radio actor from 1929. Acted in early silent films on the East Coast. Regularly on screen after 1937, he was seen in innumerable small roles as clerks, bartenders and shopkeepers. Most familiar for his recurring role as the telegrapher Barney on TV's Gunsmoke and as newsman Mr. Krinkie in Dennis the Menace.
19. Hugh Brannum Hugh Brannum Actor, Captain Kangaroo
20. Mario Siletti Mario Siletti Actor, Kansas City Confidential
21. Pat Thomson Pat Thomson Actress, Strictly Ballroom
22. Jon Harris Jon Harris Actor, Pee-wee's Big Adventure
23. Miklós László Miklós László Writer, You've Got Mail
24. Javier Solís Javier Solís Actor, Amor a ritmo de go go Javier Solis was the third child of a poor family. His mother sent him to live with his aunt and uncle Sra. Angela Lopez Martinez and Sr. Valentin Levario Plata, whom Gabriel felt great love and affection for as if they were his real parents. Because of their poverty, he had to drop out of school and never had the opportunity to attend High School...
25. Rex Ryon Rex Ryon Actor, Beverly Hills Cop
26. Al Stellone Al Stellone Actor, Every Which Way But Loose
27. Ember Ember Actress, Barely Legal in the City
28. Michael Carreras Michael Carreras Producer, Horror of Dracula
29. Flora Carabella Flora Carabella Actress, State buoni se potete
30. The Guru The Guru Soundtrack, Any Given Sunday
31. George Davis George Davis Actor, The Circus
32. Serge Nubret Serge Nubret Actor, The Professional Born in Guadaloupe in 1939, Serge Nubret moved to Paris in the 1950s and discovered bodybuilding. Nubret has won the titles Mr. Europe (1966), Mr. Universe (1976), and Mr. World (1977). He also came in third place in the 1973 Mr. Olympia competition and came in second in 1975, bested only by Arnold Schwarzenegger...
33. Glenn Leedy Glenn Leedy Actor, Song of the South
34. Patrick Garland Patrick Garland Director, A Doll's House
35. Milt Kahl Milt Kahl Animation Department, The Sword in the Stone
36. Lord Byron Lord Byron Writer, Don Juan DeMarco Lord Byron seemed destined from birth to tragedy. His father was the handsome but feckless Captain John "Mad Jack" Byron and his mother the Scottish heiress Catherine Gordon, the only child of the Laird of Gight. Captain Byron abandoned his wife and child leaving Catherine to bring up young Byron on her own...
37. Franco Corsaro Franco Corsaro Actor, Pay or Die
38. Philippe Nicaud Philippe Nicaud Actor, L'inspecteur Leclerc enquête
39. Tony Morelli Tony Morelli Stunts, Rise of the Planet of the Apes
40. Billy Mitchell Billy Mitchell Actor, The Dish
41. Tim Burstall Tim Burstall Director, Attack Force Z
42. Gracie Ridgeway Gracie Ridgeway Actress, Blues Brothers 2000
43. Shay Gorman Shay Gorman Actor, Angela's Ashes
44. Trevor Reid Trevor Reid Actor, The Narrowing Circle
45. Jim Corbett Jim Corbett Writer, India: Kingdom of the Tiger British hunter who spent most of his adult life in India. He was born in a hill station in India, the second youngest of thirteen children. One of his older stepsisters had survived the siege of Agra during the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857. His father died when he was 4, while serving at the 'volatile' Afghan border...
46. Henry Calvert Henry Calvert Actor, All the President's Men
47. Bill Karn Bill Karn Director, Dangerous Assignment
48. Edward Sewer Edward Sewer Actor, The Warriors
49. Lawrence Hertzog Lawrence Hertzog Writer, J.J. Starbuck Larry Hertzog grew up in the John Hughes world of Teaneck, New Jersey. At the extremely mature age of 16, Larry quit Teaneck High School to pursue a career in horticulture. When that failed, he briefly attended NYU Film School. With horticulture behind him and a promising future ahead of him, Larry packed up his bags and moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the film industry...
50. Marion Gering Marion Gering Director, Thirty Day Princess Rusian-born Marion Gering was a stage producer and director who came to the US in 1924 as a member of a Soviet trade commission. Making contacts in the theatrical community in Chicago, Gering put on the play "Gas", which was very successful. He stayed in Chicago and founded the Chicago Play Producing Co....
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